Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo
Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo have a Starscore of 212,292 and are No.15976 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 76,878 Twitter followers, 177,513 Facebook fans and 1,152,292 YouTube views. Today Houston Dynamo did not gain any YouTube views, gained 242 Twitter followers and gained 303 Facebook fans. Their social media ranking remains the same in the daily MLS Team - USA Chart at no.9 and remains at no.10 in the all time MLS Team - USA Chart.

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The Houston Dynamo is an American professional soccer club, based in Houston, Texas, that plays in Major League Soccer. Founded in 2005 as Houston 1836 as a reference to the year that the city of Houston was founded, the club changed its name to Dynamo prior to their inaugural season in 2006. The club originally played its home games at Robertson Stadium on the University of Houston campus but moved to the BBVA Compass Stadium during the 2012 Major League Soccer season. In 2008, under the management of Dominic Kinnear, the Houston Dynamo was the first Major League Soccer club to secure a point on Mexican soil in the CONCACAF Champions League era. The Houston Dynamo won the MLS Cup in their first two years following player and coaching staff relocation of the San Jose Earthquakes; the Earthquakes were put on hiatus until 2008. The team is owned by majority owners Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) in partnership with Brener International Group (headed by Gabriel Brener), and multiple world and Olympic boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya. The team's head coach is former US international Dominic Kinnear.